Pyrostegia venusta

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Pyrostegia venusta
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Scientific classification
P. venusta
Binomial name
Pyrostegia venusta
  • Bignonia ignea Vell.
  • Bignonia tecomiflora Rusby
  • Bignonia tubulosa Klotzsch
  • Bignonia venusta Ker Gawl.
  • Jacaranda echinata Spreng.
  • Pyrostegia amabilis Miers nom. inval.
  • Pyrostegia dichotoma Miers ex K.Schum.
  • Pyrostegia ignea (Vell.) C.Presl
  • Pyrostegia ornata Miers nom. inval.
  • Pyrostegia pallida Miers nom. inval.
  • Pyrostegia parvifolia Miers nom. inval.
  • Pyrostegia puberula Miers nom. inval.
  • Pyrostegia reticulata Miers nom. inval.
  • Pyrostegia tecomiflora (Rusby) K.Schum. ex Urb.
  • Pyrostegia tubulosa (Klotzsch) Bureau & K.Schum.
  • Tecoma venusta (Ker Gawl.) Lem.
  • Tynanthus igneus (Vell.) Barb.Rodr.

Pyrostegia venusta, also commonly known as flamevine[2] or orange trumpetvine, is a plant species of the genus Pyrostegia of the family Bignoniaceae originally endemic to Brazil, but nowadays a well-known garden species.[3][4]

Taxonomic history[edit]

The species was first described by John Miers in 1863.



  1. ^ The Plant List: A Working List of All Plant Species, retrieved 8 September 2016
  2. ^ "Pyrostegia venusta". Natural Resources Conservation Service PLANTS Database. USDA. Retrieved 16 October 2015.
  3. ^ Proceedings of the Royal Horticultural Society of London 3:188. 1863
  4. ^ "Pyrostegia venusta". Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN). Agricultural Research Service (ARS), United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Retrieved 7 October 2006.

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